Chocolate of the Month: Evening Cordial

Every once in a while, The Heavenly Chocolate Club® has the opportunity to share a truly elegant, one-of-a-kind chocolate delicacy with our members. This month’s selection is definitely a member of that exclusive club. Aptly named the “Evening Cordial,” it caters to the adult tastebuds, and adheres to the dictionary description of cordial:

“warm (to fill with pleasant emotions);
friendly (causing feelings of well-being and good will);
hearty (abundant, genial to the point of excess);
sociable (enjoyed when in the company of others);
genial (pleasant, cheerful, kindly, mild and entertaining);
affable (easy to be with, good natured, mild and warm);
gracious (having qualities of good class and refinement of taste);
heartfelt (deeply and sincerely felt).”
Why not cordially invite a few of your best friends over for an evening movie, game of cards or a board game, and graciously share your bounty? I’d be surprised if they didn’t express a heartfelt thank you!

Dictionary Bites:
HAZELNUT: The edible fruit of the Hazel, a genus of hairy-leaved shrubs or small trees that grow in temperate climates.
FUDGE: A soft candy made of sugar, chocolate, flavorings, milk and butter.
IRISH CREAM: A softly sweet, creamy flavor widely used in candies, creamers, ice cream and drinks. (Alcoholic or non-alcoholic)
AMARETTO: A flavor favored by adults, used as a flavoring in coffee, candy, drinks, baked items. (Both alcoholic and non-alcoholic)
MOUSSE: A frothy decadent-flavored dessert or candy having a whipped-cream-like consistency.

This Month’s
Heavenly Chocolate Selection
From Your Favorite Chocolate of The Month Club

EVENING CORDIAL

CENTER PIECES ARE DARK CHOCOLATE with IRISH CREAM FUDGE

OUTER PIECES ARE WHITE CHOCOLATE with HAZELNUT MOUSSE

and

MILK CHOCOLATE with a creamy AMARETTO MIDDLE

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